Liberation Travel

Unlock Your Future in URUguay with Liberation Travel

Your Path to Freedom and Adventure

Are you ready to embrace the unknown, to liberate yourself from the mundane, and embark on a journey towards a new life of freedom and adventure?

About Us

At Liberation Travel, we are not your average travel agency. We are a dynamic group of travel hackers, crypto enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs who share a deep passion for exploring the world while empowering others to experience the joy of true freedom. 

Liberation Travel offers you the liberation & adventure all-inclusive plan in Uraguay during just a one-week visit which helps you to get the Uruguayan temporary and then permanent residency as well as the Uruguayan bank account.


  • Uruguay is a territorial tax jurisdiction for natural persons. There is no tax on foreign income in Uruguay – this can be particularly useful for crypto holders who often convert their crypto into fiat. Unlike Paraguay, you must live in Uruguay for at least six months per year to become a tax resident (or invest around $380,000 in real estate or $1.5 million in business investments). 
  • Obtaining permanent residency in Uruguay is a cheap and straightforward process.
  • You only need to visit Uruguay for three days to apply for temporary residency for two years (you must notify the Uruguayan Immigration Office three months in advance). After two years in Uruguay (you should live there most of the time), you can easily apply for permanent residency in Uruguay.
  • Uruguay is a very peaceful country where you can live a quiet life.
  • Canceling your EU residency has many advantages. They vary from country to country, but in many European countries it means, for example, no compulsory military service, no obligation to be a customer of health care oligopolies and no social security monopoly.
  • In addition, two new continents will automatically become your new home – the EU, where your EU citizenship will allow you to stay indefinitely without any permits, and South America, where your Uruguayan ID card will allow you to move freely without a passport (Uruguay is a member of Mercosur, the Latin American version of Shengen).
  • The possibility of choosing the most suitable global international health insurance for you.
  • It is still possible to manage your European companies in most countries.


  • Return flights from Europe to Montevideo (all inclusive plan*)
  • Accommodation in a 5-star luxury hotel during both visits to Montevideo (all-inclusive plan*)
  • Guidance in your home country to obtain all the necessary documentation for permanent residency (this process usually takes 4-6 weeks) (all plans)
  • Delivery of all necessary documents to our Uruguayan lawyers to start the immigration process (all plans)
  • Visit to the immigration office (with 3 months notice)
  • Advice on what you need to do in your home country to cancel your permanent residency, including any related insurance. Please note that local laws and procedures may vary from country to country.
  • Advice on obtaining international global health insurance

Frequently Asked Questions

Of course it is. We give excellent feedback to all the countries whose people have decided to give up their permanent residency in favour of that of Uruguay. If a lot of people decide to change their permanent residency, then there is something wrong with their home countries. And it is a clear signal to their governments to do something to be more attractive to all these people.

The Uruguayan permanent residency is the cheapest in the world and can be afforded by most people in EU countries.

Uruguay is considered a safe country in Latin America.
Obtaining permanent residency in Uruguay is probably the cheapest and easiest process in the world.
  • Birth certificate (if you can’t find it, don’t worry, you can ask for a copy).
  • Valid passport (we recommend that you have two passports if your home country supports this).
  • Criminal records from your home country and country of residence.
  • Two identity photos.
  • Health card (we recommend a private clinic in Uruguay to get your Uruguayan health card quickly).
  • Tetanus vaccination (you must prove that you have this vaccination within ten years).
  • Income (you must prove that you earn at least 1200 USD per month – we can help you with this).
  • Marriage certificate (optional). This must be legalized for international use, translated into Spanish, and apostilled. Our agency covers this process (for some specific countries).
We do not work for politicians or politically exposed persons. We therefore reserve the right to carry out background checks on our clients.
The suitability of Uruguayan permanent residency for perpetual travellers and crypto-holders depends on factors such as tax benefits and residency requirements. There are several considerations for tax residency in Uruguay.
If you want to apply for permanent residency in Uruguay, you should live in Uruguay most of the time for the first two years (during your temporary residency).
Only if you decide to work for a Uruguayan company, otherwise you do not. International health insurance is also available.

Yes, you need an anti-tetanus vaccination (within the last 10 years).

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